GPS Tracking — No Recession For Those Who Know How To Track
Posting has been kind of sparse here, and I don’t apologize, I’ve been busier than I can deal with at time with other ventures .. this world-wide recession talk is just that, talk from those who didn’t want to do any work in the first place.
But I am not going to let this milestone pass without note … my good friend, fellow blogger and one-time competitor (although we never met when I was actively in the business), Rob Donat’s baby, GPS Insight is five years old!
Published in August 26th, 2009
I just realized GPS Insight turned 5 years old 2 days ago (8/24/09).
In the past 4 years (2005-2008), GPS Insight’s revenue grew 7800%!
We don’t officially qualify for the Inc. 500/5000 until next year, and we are shooting for the top 100 (this is very realistic — our 2006-2009 growth in on track for 1800% growth, and that was #83 this year).
I appreciate our customers’, employees’, and partners’ help getting to this point, especially given the way the economy has been for the past several years.
It’s a wonderful job I’ve got — working with fantastic customers, developers, salespeople, tech support, and support staff, all of whom have helped us to develop the most technically advanced and most adaptable GPS tracking product on the market. …
Rob, I wish you and your staff and family a lot more success in the future. Thanks for making the B2B segment of GPS tracking a better place and showing the entire world of US business that tough times really only equate to opportunities. Hat’s off.
(and for those of you reading here and thinking about GPS tracking? All signs are pointing up … in order to surf successfully, you get on the wave before it starts rushing along like a freight train … Ron can help you get into those exclusive Inc. number clubs with your own business.)